April 25, 2014 - Negative Space of Double-Holed Toroidal Tesseract Array via the Double Rainbow Display made possible by Hyperland on Open Science Framework and GitHub
In this visualization of a front range in fourspace, there is an array of tessaracts that hovers above the ground. It is shaped as the interior negative space of a toroidal array of tesseracts with an additional hole passing through its center, with the second hole orthogonal to the one defining the array as toroidal and equivalent to that hole's size. The result is something like a regular cruciform shape.
One of the array sections is along the user's initial up/down axis; this allows it to appear similar in both vertical bands of the display. The other array section is oriented along the user's initial ana/kata axis; this allows it to appear in the top band of the display because the bottom visualizes only what is to the user's left and right. As the user's position and rotation relative to the array changes, what had been in one vertical band can be in another.
"2014-04-23 Negative Space of Double-Holed Toridal Tesseract Array" is the name of the file on GitHub used in this short. (And I'm sorry that I spelled it incorrectly!)